NEW JERSEY: MakroCare initiated collaboration meeting with big pharmaceutical companies. The Partnerships with CROs Conference, held in April 28-30, 2009, at Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel, Orlando, FL, is known for setting the standard in outsourcing, clinical development, and examines critical issues and decisions around different sourcing models, and best practices in successfully managing these relationships.
In just 3 days, more than 2500 clinical operations, outsourcing and business development executives, about 500 sponsor & supplier organizations representing 28 countries attended this event. This event explores best practices on forming, managing, and sustaining clinical outsourcing partnerships.
MakroCare was proud to be one of the Associate Sponsors of this year, showcased at Booth No. 257 and received recognition along with other stalwarts of the CRO industry. Many company leaders in clinical development, experts, and professional and business executives stopped by and interacted with our team headed by Mr. Mahesh Malneedi, Dr. Rao Teki, Rahul Bhangay, Robert Hoffman, and Cynthia Franklin to explore our best services, clinical outsourcing partnerships, available infrastructure facilities, and our future plans. Two potential pharma clients met us for collaborations, initiated by Rahul Bhangay and Robert Hoffman.
MakroCare held a draw from business cards entered, for professional autographed golf balls. Winners were from big pharmaceutical companies. Though the attendance was low from the previous year, we were able to get some qualified leads for new businesses.
MakroCare, a global clinical services firm, provides clinical research support to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. The company offers site selection, patient recruitment, project and data management, clinical monitoring, quality assurance, medical writing, PMS/Pharmacovigilance, biometrics, and regulatory assistance. MakroCare has offices in USA (New Jersey, Illinois, Pennsylvania), Asia (India), Europe (Frankfurt) and Japan (Tokyo).